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Posted on: May 18, 2020

Brookhaven Highway Superintendent Donates $1,000 to Island Harvest

Brookhaven Highway Superintendent Donates $1,000 to Island Harvest  on Behalf of Suffolk County High

Coram, NY – In his capacity as President of the Suffolk County Highway Superintendents Association, Brookhaven Town Highway Superintendent Daniel Losquadro put forward a resolution that passed unanimously to allocate$5,000 to be distributed Countywide amongst the 10 Highway Superintendents, specifically for food relief efforts within their individual towns.

“During this time of prolonged unemployment for many of our friends and neighbors, food banks and outreach programs across Long Island are working harder than ever to make sure no one goes hungry,” Losquadro said.

“Due to the size of Brookhaven Town, I wanted to give my portion of the funding - $500 to which I matched for a total of $1,000 - to an organization that serves the entire Town.”

Losquadro chose Island Harvest, which has become Long Island’s largest hunger-relief organization, delivering millions of pounds of food to a network of 570 Long Island-based food pantries, soup kitchens and other non-profit organizations offering food services.

Superintendent Vincent Orlando in Southold, who also matched his donation, gave to Community Action Southold Town, and Commissioner Tom Stay in Babylon, provided assistance to the Gerald Ryan Outreach Center.

Daniel P. Losquadro * Highway Superintendent
1140 Old Town Road • Coram • NY 11727

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